I went out to help with the “show week” preparations and took some wildflower pictures on the way out. The bluebonnets are joined now by purples and yellows, whites and more. Red bud trees are out, too. It was a beautiful drive after the huge rain the night before.
Once at the Bunkhouse, I found Sue Yuma and Linda Wells, show chairman, hanging paintings in the barn/gallery.
Dena Wenmohs, Patti Rasso, and Mary Barnes rested and played with Dena’s pooches, Christine and Rosco Parker, a Blue Lacy which happens to be the State Dog of Texas.
Out back is the little building which once housed the ranch teacher from Germany and the smokehouse. Each side is about 10X10 feet. Can you imagine the temperature extremes in the 1860′s? Today it is a meditation room.